Leave the dirty dishes up to Danby's portable dishwasher model, which features a silverware basket, 8-place settings capacity, and four wash cycles. It's just 18 inches wide (45.7 cm), making it ideal for small space living in condos and apartments. The convenient built-in castors allow you to transport it to storage effortlessly. This model is ENERGY STAR rated and boasts a valuable low-water consumption function. The appliance features a durable stainless-steel spray arm and interior. In addition, you'll find an automatic detergent dispenser and rinse-agent dispenser, and the state-of-the-art electronic controls can easily program the entire unit.
- At only 18" wide it's perfect for small s with limited space and easy roll castors make storing it effortless
- 8 place setting capacity with silverware basket
- ENERGY STAR compliant and low water consumption up to 3.5 gallons of water (13.2 L) per wash to help save you money
- Simple intuitive electronic controls with display light
- 4 wash cycles; heavy, normal, 90 min and rapid
- 4 hot water temperatures plus sanitize mode
- Crisp white portable dishwasher with quick connect feature compatible with most faucets
- Adjustable upper rack
- Designed to operate at 52 decibels, less noise than a normal conversation.
- Durable stainless steel spray arm and interior
- Hassle free rinse agent dispenser and detergent dispenser
- 12-month warranty on parts and labor with in-home service
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Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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